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Glen Farmer (#48162730)
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Bio Photo I have been researching my family tree since about 1998. I became interested in find a grave thru my research, I only do family in Find a Grave, some that have been transfered to me have proven to make additions to my family tree and a few corrections.
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 • 59 Memorials Added
 • 234 Memorials Managed
 • 1 Memorial/week
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Edward Farmer
RE: Relation
Hi Glen,
Nice to 'meet' you. I believe we are 5th cousins through our common ancestor George Presley Johnson. George is my 5th g-grandfather, twice over, as my maternal g-grandparents(Parker) were 1st cousins through George's granddaughter Hannah Johnson (Wyrick).

George's widow, Elizabeth Durham, married his brother Edmund Johnson who also became my direct ancestor through various descendants.
I suppose all of this combined makes us kin several different ways through the Johnsons.

I have only been able to document my Farmer line to my ggg-grandfather Robert Farmer born about 1807 in TN, lived in Bradley and Meigs counties (TN). There could be a connection to your Farmers but I have not been able to find any.

I am sending you an invitation to view my tree on Ancestry. Feel free to use anything you find there as you see fit.

Hope to talk to you again,
Your Johnson cousin,
Edward Farmer
Added by Edward Farmer on Jul 15, 2014 7:09 PM
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You can use any photos taken by me for non commercial use.
Added by SixDogTeam on Jun 10, 2014 5:01 PM
tribe hunter
Kentucky memorials
Hey GLEN,
ANY MEMORIAL that is your family or others in Kentucky I will transfer ALL of them to you. Just go to the memorial and say TRANSFER.
Added by tribe hunter on May 26, 2014 5:32 PM
tribe hunter
A. Polly
I already transferred this memorial to you.
Hope you are having a good Memorial Day.
Added by tribe hunter on May 26, 2014 10:15 AM
Genealogy Corner
Samuel Cornett Jr.
Thank you for the nice picture of his grave. We have done a lot of research on this family, and it is so helpful to have a picture to go along with all of the information. Thank you again.
Added by Genealogy Corner on May 08, 2014 2:24 PM
tribe hunter
Kentucky
Keep up the good work...let me know anything I can do for you. YOUR CONTRIBUTIONS are GREAT !!
Added by tribe hunter on May 06, 2014 8:47 PM
tribe hunter
RE: Cornett Branch Cemetery
You can submit this problem to Find A Grave.
Send an email to info@findagrave. Give them the person's profile number and number, telling them that this contributor is Inactive and could they correspond with them. Explain the problem to them. Be sure and give them your profile name and number and the cemetery name that these memorials were submitted. At this point, Find A Grave is the only one that can solve this. Be sure and tell them you are direct descendant and that you have photographed and submitted them to these memorials. I'm sorry that this has happened. The cemetery lists that I used to submit the memorials in Letcher county were made by a person who walked each of the cemeteries also 15 years ago and recorded what she saw. The mistakes that I made for these memorials were because of there must be mistakes in the lists. Please let me know what Find A Grave tells you. It may take a couple weeks for them to get to your email. They received thousands a day. PLEASE don't get discouraged..I am so glad that you have found your family on the website.
Added by tribe hunter on Apr 22, 2014 6:08 PM
tribe hunter
RE: Memorials
Transferred the CORNETTs.
Added by tribe hunter on Apr 10, 2014 8:37 AM
tribe hunter
Arkanss
The old saying in Arkansas (my maternal side) that if a man wanted to find a wife..he went to a FAMILY REUNION. The Smith Cemetery in Jasper Arkansas is proof of cross marriages. I am 100% Southern hill folks. There's not a drop of Yankee blood in my DNA.
Added by tribe hunter on Apr 08, 2014 11:21 AM
tribe hunter
Memorials
Glen, I have to teach a class today and tomorrow. When I get through the next couple days, I'll go look at the cemetery you have mentioned and will start transferring the memorials to you. I am so happy that these are your family and I am getting them into your hands.
Added by tribe hunter on Apr 08, 2014 10:56 AM
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